About the Employer
Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) is the 2nd largest public school district in the United States. The school district consists of Los Angeles and all or portions of several adjoining Southern California cities. LAUSD educates and empowers all students as future leaders.
$53,435 to $84,995; Rating-in limit is Pay Scale Group 27, Pay Scale Level 10; Preparation Salary (T) Table; as well as district paid benefits for employees and their families
**Fully credentialed Special Education Teachers can qualify for a bonus up to $17,000, see the flyer below***
Length of Work Year
C Basis annualized=180 days
1. Serves as a teacher in one of the following areas of specialization that includes Mild/Moderate Disabilities (M/M), Moderate/Severe Disabilities (M/S), Deaf and Hard of Hearing (DHH), Visual Impairments (VI), Physical and Health Impairments (PHI), and Early Childhood Special Education (ECSE), providing instruction according to District approved courses of study and curriculum, at a rate and level commensurate with established student expectancies and Individualized Education Plan (IEP) goals and objectives.
2. Uses information about individual students’ academic strengths and needs in planning.
3. Designs activities to engage students in cognitively challenging work aligned to standards.
4. Establishes a classroom environment that is safe and supportive, risk-taking is encouraged, students feel free to contribute their ideas, and teacher and student interactions are respectful and polite to promote a positive learning environment for all students.
5. Initiates or participates in IEP meetings with administrators, faculty, parents, and other parties involved to develop an IEP for eligible students.
6. Utilizes District approved behavior modification techniques to implement the IEP goals and continually monitors student progress toward IEP goal achievement.
7. Lifts, maneuvers, and positions students into and out of assistive and/or ambulatory devices to meet the requirements of the IEP.
8. Attends to the basic needs of the students, such as feeding, cleaning, toileting, and diapering to meet the requirements of the IEP.
9. Generates, organizes, and maintains the appropriate IEP records and other related due process documents for students served, referred, or assessed.
10. Provides clear behavior expectations for students and monitors student behavior throughout the class and school campus.
11. Follows established policies and procedures for reporting incidents (e.g., child abuse, substance abuse, harassment, and violence).
12. Communicates with families to create a partnership around student learning by providing information about the instructional program and the progress of their child(ren); advocates the special needs of the students with the school and community.
13. Reflects on practice and student work to determine what went well and what changes could improve instruction and uses reflection to inform future instruction.
14. Evaluates the performance of subordinate personnel.